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Richard Joseph "Moon" DuCôté (August 28, 1897 – March 26, 1937) pronunciation: /dʌkˈoʊtiː/ duh-KOH-tee was an American baseball, football, and basketball coach, football and baseball player, football official, and businessman. He first attended Spring Hill College and was a notable athlete at Auburn University. He played minor league baseball with the Mobile Bears, Portsmouth Truckers, and Charlotte Hornets. In 1920, he played with the Cleveland Tigers of the American Professional Football Association.

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  • Richard Joseph "Moon" DuCôté (August 28, 1897 – March 26, 1937) pronunciation: /dʌkˈoʊtiː/ duh-KOH-tee was an American baseball, football, and basketball coach, football and baseball player, football official, and businessman. He first attended Spring Hill College and was a notable athlete at Auburn University. He played minor league baseball with the Mobile Bears, Portsmouth Truckers, and Charlotte Hornets. In 1920, he played with the Cleveland Tigers of the American Professional Football Association.
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